Arun Jayaraman
Arun Jayaraman
Northwestern University; Shirley Ryan Abilitylab/ Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
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Fall classification by machine learning using mobile phones
MV Albert, K Kording, M Herrmann, A Jayaraman
PloS one 7 (5), 2012
Exposure to acute intermittent hypoxia augments somatic motor function in humans with incomplete spinal cord injury
RD Trumbower, A Jayaraman, GS Mitchell, WZ Rymer
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 26 (2), 163-172, 2012
Daily intermittent hypoxia enhances walking after chronic spinal cord injury: a randomized trial
HB Hayes, A Jayaraman, M Herrmann, GS Mitchell, WZ Rymer, ...
Neurology 82 (2), 104-113, 2014
The effects of peroneal nerve functional electrical stimulation versus ankle-foot orthosis in patients with chronic stroke: a randomized controlled trial
F Bethoux, HL Rogers, KJ Nolan, GM Abrams, TM Annaswamy, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 28 (7), 688-697, 2014
Relative contributions of muscle activation and muscle size to plantarflexor torque during rehabilitation after immobilization
JE Stevens, NC Pathare, SM Tillman, MT Scarborough, CP Gibbs, P Shah, ...
Journal of orthopaedic research 24 (8), 1729-1736, 2006
Effects of a wearable exoskeleton stride management assist system (SMAŽ) on spatiotemporal gait characteristics in individuals after stroke: a randomized controlled trial
C Buesing, G Fisch, M O’Donnell, I Shahidi, L Thomas, CK Mummidisetty, ...
Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 12 (1), 69, 2015
Lower extremity skeletal muscle function in persons with incomplete spinal cord injury
A Jayaraman, CM Gregory, M Bowden, JE Stevens, P Shah, AL Behrman, ...
Spinal cord 44 (11), 680-687, 2006
Lower-extremity muscle cross-sectional area after incomplete spinal cord injury
PK Shah, JE Stevens, CM Gregory, NC Pathare, A Jayaraman, SC Bickel, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 87 (6), 772-778, 2006
Locomotor training and muscle function after incomplete spinal cord injury: case series
A Jayaraman, P Shah, C Gregory, M Bowden, J Stevens, M Bishop, ...
The journal of spinal cord medicine 31 (2), 185-193, 2008
Resistance training and locomotor recovery after incomplete spinal cord injury: a case series
CM Gregory, MG Bowden, A Jayaraman, P Shah, A Behrman, SA Kautz, ...
Spinal Cord 45 (7), 522-530, 2007
Powered Exoskeletons for Walking Assistance in Persons with Central Nervous System Injuries. A Narrative Review
AJ Alberto Esquenazi, Mukul Talaty
PM&R, 2016
Long-term follow-up to a randomized controlled trial comparing peroneal nerve functional electrical stimulation to an ankle foot orthosis for patients with chronic stroke
F Bethoux, HL Rogers, KJ Nolan, GM Abrams, T Annaswamy, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 29 (10), 911-922, 2015
Corticospinal tract integrity correlates with knee extensor weakness in chronic stroke survivors
S Madhavan, C Krishnan, A Jayaraman, WZ Rymer, JW Stinear
Clinical neurophysiology 122 (8), 1588-1594, 2011
The need to approximate the use-case in clinical machine learning
S Saeb, L Lonini, A Jayaraman, DC Mohr, KP Kording
Gigascience 6 (5), gix019, 2017
Using and understanding cross-validation strategies. Perspectives on Saeb et al.
MA Little, G Varoquaux, S Saeb, L Lonini, A Jayaraman, DC Mohr, ...
GigaScience 6 (5), gix020, 2017
Neurorehabilitation technology
DJ Reinkensmeyer, V Dietz
Springer, 2016
Impact of treadmill locomotor training on skeletal muscle IGF1 and myogenic regulatory factors in spinal cord injured rats
M Liu, JE Stevens-Lapsley, A Jayaraman, F Ye, C Conover, GA Walter, ...
European Journal of Applied Physiology 109 (4), 709-720, 2010
Monitoring daily function in persons with transfemoral amputations using a commercial activity monitor: a feasibility study
MV Albert, S Deeny, C McCarthy, J Valentin, A Jayaraman
PM&R 6 (12), 1120-1127, 2014
A simple ERP method for quantitative analysis of cognitive workload in myoelectric prosthesis control and human-machine interaction
S Deeny, C Chicoine, L Hargrove, T Parrish, A Jayaraman
PloS one 9 (11), 2014
Short-term Maximal-Intensity Resistance Training Increases Volitional Function and Strength in Chronic Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury: A Pilot Study.
JA Jayaraman A, Thompson CK, Rymer WZ, Hornby TG
J Neurol Phys Ther., 2013
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